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Side Trips :
Hyderabad has some interesting place that you could visit while making the city as a base camp.

Belum Caves
Located about 320 Kms from Hyderabad, these caves present a breathtaking view to the visitor.

They are over 3 Kms in length. But, for tourists, only till about 2 km are accessible.
 
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What will catch your attention is the awe-inspiring stalactite and stalagmite formations that are there throughout the caves.
There is a spacious chamber, fresh water galleries and siphons.

What makes them beautiful is the soft illumination throughout the caves.
Tourists can spend an hour or two visiting the caves. 

Nagarjunasagar
Nagarjunasagar is a fascinating holiday destination close to Hyderabad. Once a place where early river valley civilization took birth here, a great Buddhist hub of learning, today, Nagarjunasagar, boasts of the world's tallest masonry dam.
It is just a 3 hour drive from Hyderabad. When you reach the place, nature's
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beautiful landscape, embellished by the march of civilization will greet you. You can cruise down the blue Krishna waters in a twin-deck luxury Cruiser 'Shantisiri' with all comforts. Learn at the Nagarjunakonda Island museum of how the Buddha's bones were enshrined in a casket of bronze, silver, gold and rock crystal before being buried under the Mahastupa. Admire the amazing acoustics of Anupu, the ancient Buddhist vihara recreated to a great detail. And feel the enchantment of Ethipothala waterfalls that daringly froth over from 20 meters of sheet rock.

Parasailing at Vanasthalipuram
For those who love adventure sports, and want to soar in the skies may pursue parasailing in the Nadrigul Air Field, Nagarjuna Sagar Road, Vanasthalipuram, Hyderabad. One can parasail, taking in the panoramic view of the twin cities while at a height of 500ft for a good 8 to 10 minutes. This recreational activity will be manned by professional crew at the site which means you can be a novice at Para-sailing! So, kick your feet off the ground and sail in the skies! 
Please contact 1-10-38/2, Plot No: 13 & 14, Prakash Nagar, Begumpet, Hyderabad- 16 for further details.

Nalgonda
Nalgonda is a typically rural Andhra district. It has a great number of villages. The region, formerly known as Neelgari, or the ‘blue mountains,’ is replete with tourist attractions. Nalgonda features tourist attractions in the form of popular religious and heritage sites. The popular religious sites in Nalgonda include Matampalli, Wadapally, Yadagirigutta, Kolanupaka, Pangal, Sunkishala, Gajulabanda, Yeleswaram, Phanigiri, and several more.
The Sunkishala and Somalingeswaraswamy temples are notable sites, sacred to Hindus. There is a fascinating architectural feat associated with the latter: the temple has a number of pillars, one of which always casts a shadow on the shrine placed here. What is mysterious is, it has not been identified which pillar casts the shadow till date!
Another interesting place is the Ethipothala waterfalls. The fall starts from a height of 21 metres and fills the space with myriads of colour. The Ikshvaku citadel found at Nandikonda is a surprise for many. The site has a fortified wall, gates and army barracks of the glorious past.

Medak
Medak has a number of places that act as a bait for tourists! Of course, only because of right reasons! It is about 60 Kms away from Hyderabad.The Medak Fort exists as a citadel.
It bears the hallmark of the Kakatiyan Empire. The fort built on a hillock is an epitome of architectural and military excellence. The strategic location and the construction make it a marvel in the city.

The Medak Church, built in 1924 (year of completion), reveals a touch of perfection of art. The stained glass work is incredible. The entire structure portrays a perfect example of Gothic building style.

The Wildlife Sanctuary at Medak is another tourist attraction. The sanctuary inhabits a number of woodland species including leopards, forest cats, wild dogs, wolves, sloth bears, sambar, nilgai, chital and the four horned antelope.
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